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Arsenal 3:0 AFC Bournemouth

Postby LayRong » Tue Sep 12, 2017 10:32 pm


Danny Welbeck scored twice as Arsenal returned to winning ways and condemned winless Bournemouth to a fourth successive defeat.

The Gunners came into the game on the back of two costly defeats by Stoke and Liverpool, but made the perfect start when Welbeck headed them in front after six minutes.

Record signing Alexandre Lacazette doubled the lead on 27 minutes, bending a shot past Asmir Begovic from the edge of the area.SBOBET
Welbeck than added a third just after half-time, scoring from a tight angle into Begovic's far corner.

Alexis Sanchez, who was close to joining Manchester City on transfer deadline day, started the day on the bench, but came on for Welbeck with 15 minutes remaining.

The Cherries failed to register an attempt in the first half and Jermain Defoe's header against the post after half-time was the best it got for the visitors.SBOBET

Arsenal were reduced to 10 men for the final 10 minutes, when substitute Francis Coquelin was forced off with a hamstring injury but Bournemouth failed to take advantage.

Eddie Howe's side are only off the bottom of the Premier League on goal difference and have lost their opening four games in a season for only the third time.
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Re: Arsenal 3:0 AFC Bournemouth

Postby amandanunes » Tue Sep 19, 2017 12:03 am

Arsenal are relatively strong in the middle of the whole league but the same problem continues with them as it has been going on for more over a decade now Help With Assignment, they waste their own chances of winning the league by loosing to the lower teams and loosing precious point latter in the tournament.

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